The entire collection of recent publications can be found on my University webpage internet. However, I’d like to point to some of the publications that might be of special interest in the context of this blog, where GIS meets bicycling:

  • LOIDL, M., WALLENTIN, G., WENDEL, R. & ZAGEL, B. 2016. Mapping Bicycle Crash Risk Patterns on the Local Scale. Safety, 2, 17. pdf internet
  • ZEILE, P., RESCH, B., LOIDL, M., PETUTSCHNIG, A. & DÖRRZAPF, L. 2016. Urban Emotions and Cycling Experience – Enriching Traffic Planning for Cyclists with Human Sensor Data. GI_Forum, 1, 204-216. pdf internet
  • LOIDL, M., TRAUN, C. & WALLENTIN, G. 2016. Spatial patterns and temporal dynamics of urban bicycle crashes—A case study from Salzburg (Austria). Journal of Transport Geography, 52, 38-50. link internet [please contact me directly for the pdf]
  • LOIDL, M. 2016. Spatial information for safer bicycling. In: GÓMEZ, J. M., SONNENSCHEIN, M., VOGEL, U., WINTER, A., RAPP, B. & GIESEN, N. (eds.) Advances and new Trends in Environmental Informatics: Selected and Extended Contributions from the 28th International Conference on Informatics for Environmental Protection. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer. link internet [please contact me directly for the pdf]
  • WALLENTIN, G. & LOIDL, M. 2015. Agent-based bicycle traffic model for Salzburg City. GI_Forum ‒ Journal for Geographic Information Science, 2015, 558-566. pdf internet
  • LOIDL, M. & ZAGEL, B. 2014. Assessing bicycle safety in multiple networks with different data models. In: VOGLER, R., CAR, A., STROBL, J. & GRIESEBNER, G. (eds.) GI-Forum. Salzburg: Wichmann. pdf internet

Most of my presentation slides are published on my Slideshare internet account website.